900-miles-per-hour winds rage on the gargantuan gas ball.
Understanding the chemical composition of ice on Jupiter’s intriguing moon could reveal hints about its habitability.
The inspiration behind the exploration.
It orbits its mega-hot host star almost every three days.
They charge forth at 350 miles per hour.
The slushy snowballs may heavily affect jovian meteorology.
The image allows researchers to look deep into the gaseous planet’s raging storms.
We’ve gained new insight into how the object came to be.
Their impossible fluffiness has researchers scratching their heads.
But scientists will keep monitoring its vital signs, just in case.
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